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billionaire sheldon nadelson. but still, mr. gingrich, of course, he doesn't really stand for anybody other than himself. he doesn't speak for any institutions or represent any institutions. but mr. gingrich, and i think this is instructive, does seem to recognize the milieu in which he is operating. he does seem to recognize that there is nobody rising to the fore. he seems to be taking advantage of the chaos on the right right now by trying to revivify a little bit of newt incorporated, right? the mention of gingrich productions. various shows of newt gingrich and callista gingrich showings available online for just $19.99. so the republicans and conservatives may be at each other's throats, and it's not going away. but newt gingrich is making hay while the sun shines for him, just $19.99. when newt gingrich and michele bachmann and tim pawlenty and jon huntsman and rick perry and everybody else lost in the republican primaries last year to mitt romney, mr. romney by winning the primaries became the leader of the republican party. when mr. romney then lost the general election to presiden
there barking orders like someone has elected him ring master. look at newt gingrich out there blasting away at rove. consider the mayhem now afoot. the center right wants to bring discipline to the party. they're tired of losing elections they figured they were going to win. the hard right wants none of this proctoring. they want to run free wherever they want for whatever office they want. you have the gop big shots running the little people around and the little people in the party fracking the big shots. it's quite a show. joy reid is managing editor of the grio and david corn is washington bureau chief for mother joans. both are msnbc political analysts. and glad for that. let's talk a like at michael, a pretty smart guy used to write speeches for "w." the self-diagnosis is going on. we'll see what's going on. he wrote today, quote, the republican nominee mitt romney lost by 5 million votes to a beatable incumbent presiding over an anemic economy. the explanation is not purely technical or personalality oriented at the national level. republicans have a winning message for a nation that
at newt gingrich blasting away at rove. the center right wants to bring discipline to the party. they are tired of losing elections they figured they would win. the hard right wants none of this fostering. they want to run free from wherever they want, from whatever offices they want. there are little people in the party fraging big shots. that is quite a show. that's why we are starting there tonight. managing editor of the grail and david cornish, both msnbc political analysts, glad for that. let's look at michael, pretty smart guy, used to write speeches for w. we will see what is wrong as the gop continues, former gop speech righters. michael gerschwin wrote, romney lost by 5 million boats presiding onover an anemic economy. it is p there is a wing message for a winning nation that no longer exist. you have to start with this joy. winning is a well-crafted sentence. a winning message for a nation and by the way, in all fairness, they didn't know it existed. until the day after the election. as i sit around, 9:00 at night, when we all saw virginia looking close, whoa. what's
. >> this is a true story. some idea of newt gingrich's popularity. a company is manufacturing underwear with newt gingrich's face on it. that's true. yeah, now, someone told the president this, nothing to me he's been on my butt for two years. that's a quote that was in the "times." i read that in the "times." the source is here. the president has actually allowed a comedian to interview him live, right here, at the dinner. so, ladies and gentlemen, please give a nice, big hand to the president of the united states, president clinton! give him a hand. >> hi, how you all doing. >> mr. president, i think we need to clear something up, if i'm talking to you here on the screen, who is this gentleman right here, i don't understand. >> he's the guy who messed up health care. >> okay, mr. president. >> where are you at this moment? i don't understand. >> right now, i'm over at the house of representatives. i'm still making my state of the union speech. oh well, if no one's watching, hey, everybody, i inhaled. i smoked my brains out. they used to call me "weed willy." >> that's fine, sir. >> "weed willy.
. thank you very much for joining us. joaquin castro, stuart stevens, george will, and newt gingrich, really appreciate your time. >>> up next, in a presidential run in store for this brain surgeon? "the wall street journal" hopes so. our sunday spotlight is next, pl who st spotlight at the white house this week? we'll be right back. [ male announcer ] when you wear dentures you may not know that your mouth is under attack, from food particles and bacteria. try fixodent. it helps create a food seal defense for a clean mouth and kills bacteria for fresh breath. ♪ fixodent, and forget it. >>> now time for our sunday spotlight. this week shining brightly on dr. ben carson, one of the top pediatric neurosurgeons in the country who made quite a splash with his recent appearance at the national prayer breakfast where with president obama at his side he had some choice words on political correctness and even the flat tax. listen. >> we've reached a point where people are afraid to actually talk about what they want to say because somebody might be offended. what about our taxation system?
. but, now, they're admitting the truth behind it all. former speaker newt gingrich let the cat out of the bag when he admitted any immigration bill put out by the white house will fail. why is that, mr. speaker? >> the obama plan led and driven in this atmosphere with the way he goads the hostility, i think it's very hard to imagine that his bill is going to pass the house. >> so republicans will block any plan because it's an obama plan. because they personally don't like the president. senator marco sprubio called th plan dead on arrival. dead on arrival? the plan includes elements he's in favor of. the difference? president obama's name. then there's senator mccane. fresh off admitting what was ahead of national security. he was asked about his delusional conspiracy theories on libya. >> he was having a massive cover up. susan rice said there was a lot of confusion. i'm asking do you care -- >> do you care -- i'm asking you. do you care -- i'm asking you, do you care whether four americans died? do you have the reasons for that? shouldn't people be held accountable. >> you said
. look at newt gingrich blasting away at rover. consider the mayhem now afoot. the center right wants to bring did palestinian to father. they're tired of losing elections they thought they were going to win. they want to run for any office they want. now you've got the gop bigshots running the little people around. it's quite a show, and that's why we're starting tonight. joy reid is manager of the green alley and michael jones. let's take a look at this. we'll see what's wrong as the gop continues. former gop speech writer michael gershwin wrote, the republican nominee, mitt romney, lost by 5 million votes to a beatable incumbent presiding over an anemic economy. the explanation is not purely technical or personali personality-oriented. it at the national level, republicans have a winning mention for a nation that no longer exists. they didn't know a new election existed. sometime around 9:00 at night when we saw virginia looking close, whoa, what's going on, it looks like a new country's voting here. they're still playing to the'd country. >> yeah, absolutely. it's like they didn't
, democratic congressman joaquin castro, former speaker of the house newt gingrich, ruth marcus from "the washington post" and former romney adviser, stuart stevens. >> hello again. george is off today. it's great to have you with us. in a "this week" exclusive congressman paul ryan is standing by to join us live, but first a major political story breaking overnight. a new report from "usa today" with what the paper says is a draft of the white house immigration proposal. according to the report, the plan includes allowing undocumented immigrants to apply for legal status with a pathway to citizenship after eight years. it also expands e-verify and border security. joining us now to talk about this is the new white house chief of staff, denis mcdonough. thank you for joining us. >> thanks for having me, jon. >> now, this hit with a thud as far as marco rubio is concerned. he said late last night in a statement, quote, this legislation is half baked and seriously flawed. it would actually make our immigration problems worse. if actually proposed, the president's bill would be dead on arriv
, when you also look at margie, newt gingrich. he attacked rove for being moderates. >> the idea of karl rove is creating some superpack to go out and basically pick republican senate nominees, for example. i think this is a very dangerous model. >> i can see why they want to have a structural fix of what, ultimately, is a message problem. >> you still have a broader message on the right that is alienating to a lot of folk ins the middle. alienating to young er voters. they can have karl rove in a fight with newt gingrich and still ultimately doesn't change the fact that the republican brand is one that's becoming exclusionary rather than inclusive. >> but abbey, when you wrote a scathing problem calling rove and his ideas terrible, repub p repugnant and simply wrong. >> this is a time when i absolutely agree with newt gingrich. he makes some really solid points in that comment that he wrote about the problems with politics. >> they don't everyone understand what messaging they need to be giving out to people. >> but there's another problem, marge, that is when you don't have a high view
, mitt romney, sarah palin, newt gingrich, rick santorum, so hail hail, the gang's all here coming out. >> right. >> if think rebranding you how in the heck is this rebranding. >> interesting is mitt romney wasn't popular with conservatives. they never really trusted him. i've been thinking about what would be the logical -- where is an area he could contribute. part of the problem is you can't really put your finger on any one particular issue, that he was super-passionate about. elevator safety for garages? >> maybe that. maybe tax avoidance strategying, but i think that's part of the problem for him, but it's not so much the familiar faces that are the problem for the republican party. it's the fact that their rhetoric and their message and policies are so tired. if these same people came out, but they had some fresh ideas, that would be interesting. the problem is the republican party has drawn a line in the sand, they will not increase taxes. they will not stand for anything that could be amnesty. they will not go to cap and trade. very clear about what they're against, but no one
senior adviser stuart stevens, former speaker of the house newt gingrich and democratic congressman, thank you all for joining us. george, the bottom line, these sequester cuts obviously are going to happen and then we're going to have a battle over the government shutdown, the debt ceiling. where does this all end? >> it doesn't end. this is democratic politics in an age where we've made promises we can't keep and intractable budget ceilings we have to bump up. let me give you two examples this week. the navy citing the sequester delayed the deployment of the aircraft carrier "truman" undermining our pledge to have two carrier groups in the persian group to keep pressure on iran. citing the sequester. you telling me the navy can't find other ways to economize without this flamboyant and provocative way of trying to pressure congress? second, this week we learned the agriculture department has a diversity awareness program. it doesn't cost much money, in which they teach the bureaucrats in the agriculture department to refer to the pilgrims as illegal aliens and minorities as emergi
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that is next. very little coverage on this. >>> newt gingrich actually tells the truth, and mark sanford comes to jesus. the big panel comes in tonight. stay with us. >>> we will respond to the threat of climate change, knowing that the failure to do so would betray our children and future generations. >> welcome back to "the ed show." in his second inaugural address, president obama pledged to address the threat of climate change. well, he's got the attention of a few folks, because yesterday tens of thousands of americans gathered on the national mall in washington, d.c. to urge him to keep his word. an estimated 35 to 50,000 protesters participated in the forward on climate rally in what was billed as the largest climate rally in american history. now, the crowd marched to the white house in opposition to the upcoming keystone xl pipeline decision. the project environmentalists say would cause irreparable damage to our climate. they say the extraction and production of tar sands oil causes actually more emissions than conventional crude. and public water fly supplies, croplands, and recreat
of their part. newt gingrich is going after karl rove saying he is plain rock with his super pac strategy to pick the most conservative to win. gingrich writes, i'm unalterably aposed financing a boss to pick candidates in 50 states. it should be repugnant to every conservative and republican. a tea party group is apologizing to rove after a fund raising e-mail went out that showed him photo shopped into a nazi uniform. they say it was a vendor error and the image was inappropriate. while we may have strong disagreements with him on future of conservatism, we want to be clear this imagery is absolutely unacceptable and are working to ensure this type of mistake doesn't happen again. let me bring in former pennsylvania governor and nbc news political analysts ed rendell and republican strategist and santorum senior strategist john braybender. >> the republican party has to understand it's been two months since the election and mourning period is over and it's time to stop the infighting. second of all, a lot of this is miscommunications, he is misrepresenting what karl rove actually said.
's family feud, but i'm not richard dawson in a searing op-ed publiced today in human events newt gingrich blasted gop strategist karl rove for his efforts to define the gop. he wrote . . . this the guy who took money from sheldon adelson. here is what he said this morning. >> there are some very deep rethinking we need to do as a party, but it isn't gathering up more money by washington consultants. >> michael: for the latest on the wars being waged on the battlefield we turn to christine pelosi, chair of the california democratic party women's caucus. i love hearing newt gingrich talk about the hype onning aresy that exists in his head. >> here is what we know the american people by a vast majority not only picked president obama but picked a progressive platform. that's what they did. they voted for a democratic president, democratic senate and democratic house. and so as the republicans take a look amongst themselves it's not matter of get a better billionaire. >> michael: yeah, and these older elephants literally and figuratively, they are not the ones who will dec
, they basically say a lot changed when you gingrich came to congress in 1978. and that he was part of the group along with dick cheney and others who came to congress, both republicans and democrats and both had started, just started a project, interviewing incoming freshmen, a selected group. there were going to follow them through. and they both right in this latest book that gingrich was the only one who had a coherent plan. a first-year member of congress, and that plan was essentially that the republicans had to take back control the house by basically attacking the house itself as a corrupt institution, and that would be the only way the republicans to get control. so you have that sort of measure. you have, frankly, things that before 19904, 1994 when the republicans took control, those latter years, the democrats were basically doing some things in terms of procedure on the house floor that they would tell you know are over the edge. basically they were pushing, making a minority really not have the voice that it had in the past and that, of course, when gingrich kamen and the republica
a lot changed when new gingrich came to congress in 1978 and he was part of a group along with cheney and others who came to congress, and norm borkenstein and tom had just started project of interviewing the incoming freshmen, the selective groups to follow them through and they both right and the book that gingrich was the only one that had a coherent plan as a first-year member of congress and that plan was essentially the republicans had to take back the control of the house buy basically attacking the house itself as a corrupt institution and the would be the only way that republicans could get control. so you have that sort of measure. you have frankly things before 1994 when the republicans took control of those leaders years the democrats were basically doing some things in terms of the procedure on the house floor that they would tell you now are over the edge basically making of the minority not as the voice that it's had in the past and that is when new gingrich came and led them to victory in 1994 you had an intensification of the conflict that's when it became a partisan
with newt gingrich in the '90s he was the first right wing radical saying making government work isn't our job, bringing it down is is. destroy it, get people to lose faith in it. lose faith in the ability of the country to do something right. today president obama warned of the casualties, a weakened national defense, the huge loss of jobs, and with it a crippling of the recovery. by the way, with that ax ready to fall, he offered a way out of the endless government shutdowns and the fearfulness and the low morale that goes with it. will the republicans respond to anything he says now? will they at least try to avoid another slam bang crash in washington? will they pull back from the brink and start climbing mountains instead of crashing over cliffs? oif got two former party chairs with me, republican michael steele and democrat ed rendell, both msnbc political analysts. let's start with the president this morning in the stark terms he laid out for republicans. it's not just the economy that will suffer from the looming cuts next week. that's march 1st. national security will as well and
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him out. newt gingrich -- who is more likable, he or karl rove? anyway karl gingrich slammed karl rove so he could make winnable elections. here he is in an op-ed piece in the human events. gingrich is reduced to writing there. he was simply wrong last year. he's talking about wrob. he was wrong about the presidential race. watch a video of his blowup on fox election night about fox knauss calling ohio for president obama. he was also wrong about senate races, republicans lost winnable senate races in montana, north dakota, ohio, wisconsin, pennsylvania, virginia, and florida. so what's this karl rove getting attacked by all sides, the establishment, people like -- i don't know if they have an establishment but getting hit by everybody now. >> he's getting blamed for everything and it's not his fault. he had a lot of money and there was lot of things co-have done better. the big problem for the republicans is they spent so much money on campaign ads and not enough money about organization. the one thing about barack obama that republicans attacked is the fact he was a community organiz
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. because remember, in '95 or '96 with -- under the gingrich/dick armey congress bill clinton was able to force them to raise the minimum wage and there were those referenda you talked about. one of the key points that ought to be made and one of the reasons why older studies -- we no longer -- the minimum wage does not apply very much in manufacturing. when you are dealing with manufacturing, which is done across national lines, there could be some negative economic effect in terms of transferring out. we know people are ready to move jobs out. but overwhelmingly today, minimum wage jobs are in the service industries. if the restaurant down the street is charging a little more because of wages, you can't go to malaysia for a sandwich. and so it's food service. the supermarkets and restaurants. if you look at where the minimum wage has an effect, it is in those areas in america that are really not subject to foreign competition. because they're not making things. they are performing a service for which people need to be physically present. this is part of the test of whether or not the
gingrich came to congress in 1978. and part of a group with dick cheney and others who came to congress, and tom mann had started a project, interviewing incoming freshmen, selected group, they were going to follow them through and they both right in the book that newt gingrich was the only one who had a coherent plan as a first-year member of congress and that plan was the essentially the republicans had to take back control of the house by basically attacking the house itself as a corrupt institution and that would be the only way republicans could get control. you have that sort of measure. you have frankly things that before 1990 -- 1994, when the republicans took control, those latter years, democrats were basically doing some things in terms of procedure on the house floor they would tell you now are over the edge. basically pushing, making the minority really not have the voice that it had in the past and then of course when newt gingrich came in and let republicans to victory in 1994, you have an intensification of the conflict. that is when the environment really became a parti
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